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We’ve gone digital!

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Spotlight on PCC’s Queer and Trans Students

One of our very own former SE QRC Student Advocates, Dakota Abercrombie, has put together a series of interviews entitled, “Student Profile Stories- What it is Like Being a LGBTQ+ Student at PCC During a Global Pandemic.”

Read this fantastic article series on PCC’s queer and trans students!

QRC Community Agreements

Click here to read our Remote QRC Community Agreements that guide engagement in our Virtual Room.

One-on-one crisis support

For queer and trans-identifying students who are in need of support navigating emotional, social, academic, and challenges, the QRC is here for you.

Contact us to schedule a 30-minute video or phone appointment today:

LGBTQ+ quarantine resource list

There are many different resource lists floating around right now, but the awesome SE QRC staff has compiled a list of resources specifically for the LGBTQ+ community here in the Portland Metro area. Feel free to send any new resources suggestions to nico.judd@pcc.edu.

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The QRC is dedicated to:

  • Advising, advocacy, mentorship, and support for LGBTQ-identified students
  • Development of student knowledge and leadership skills
  • Promotion of awareness and visibility for the LGBTQ community on campus
  • Providing networking and social opportunities for the LGBTQ and allied campus community
  • Training students, staff, and faculty about gender and sexual equity, in order to foster a welcoming and inclusive campus environment
  • Advocating for change in policies, practices, and procedures across the campus to be more equitable to LGBTQ individuals

What will you find in the QRC?

A safe space to hang out and be yourself, free computer use, free coffee, tea and snacks, queer books and magazines to read, monthly movie nights, queer-related events, supportive peer advocates and staff (who can talk with you about anything from coming out to how to be a better ally to your queer friends), family and community, safer sex supplies, leadership opportunities, referrals to all campus resources (such as career advising, counseling, and more.)